she listens and makes me feel like I am the only patient she has that day.
When my primary care physician of 37 or 38 years retired, I felt like my life would never be the same as she had taken such wonderful care of me. The next doctor, whom I paid a concierge fee to, was a big disappointment. I actually left her without knowing whom would be taking care of me. For someone like me, a bilateral breast cancer survivor with serious lymphedema and a heart patient, this was almost unbelievable. It was my audiologist who mentioned Dr. Fishman's name. Thank goodness. I feel as confident of Dr. Fishman as I did the doctor who took care of me all those years. She answers my calls promptly and has seen me when I needed her help. There are so many good things I could say about her, but perhaps the best comment is this: she listens and makes me feel like I am the only patient she has that day. I am so pleased!!!